I currently have toxic levels of B6 in my system, and neuropathy, due to short term high doses of B6 (P-5-P form). Anyway, I've stopped all B's, in all supplements and in my food (as much as possible). I read somewhere, that exercise can help leach B6 from the tissues. Can you tell me more about this?
1) Are some types of exercise better than others for doing this? (weights, aerobics, walking)
2) Are there any articles that further explain the B6 in the tissues? How does the body take it from food sources and move it to the tissues? How long does it stay in the tissues?
The general B6 toxicity links I've read so far, in the medhelp forums, don't answer these kind of questions.
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